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25 – Kane

The Authority’s favorite wrestler Kane may need to rethink and invent some new teambuilding exercises after his team struggled to level any offense against John Cena and co. on Raw and SmackDown. 

24 – Summer Rae

With some help from Layla, Summer Rae makes her comeback in Power Rankings by registering a win at WWE Main Event against “Total Divas” co-stars Natalya & Rosa Mendes.

23 – The Miz

The Miz is at 23rd position after his victory in the ring against US Champion Sheamus & Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler on Raw. 

22 – Adam Rose

Adam Rose stayed right on course this week as he kept the party going on Raw with a defeat of Heath Slater’s choice for a tag team partner, Titus O’Neil.

21 – Bo Dallas

If the NXT alumi’s performance against Zack Ryder on SmackDown is any thing to go by, Bo Dallas certainly appears determined to make Jack Swagger a “Bo-liever” by hook or crook.

20 – Nikki Bella

Is Nikki Bella seeking to make a name for herself in WWE, or to make sister Brie Bella’s life a nightmare? The latter certainly seemed the case when The Bella Twins took things personal on Raw.

19 – Big Show

The World’s Largest Athlete put his impressive strength on display as he fought his way through The Wyatt Family on Raw and through a supersized tag team battle on SmackDown. 

18 – Cesaro

Cesaro didn’t need the help of Damien “Miz-dow” on Raw to defeat Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler & US Champion Sheamus, but he could’ve used a hand against The Showoff on SmackDown.

17 – Goldust & Stardust

Star & Goldust continue to go supernova on anyone who crosses their path in the WWE Universe, much to the chagrin of WWE Tag Team Champion Jimmy Uso and Los Matadores. 

16 – Jack Swagger

Never shy about displaying his fighting spirit, Jack Swagger displayed some American ingenuity to successfully conquer the challenge posed by Curtis Axel on Raw. 

15 – The Wyatt Family

Although they continue to haunt the WWE Universe with their words, Bray Wyatt and his minions may want to revisit their in-ring tactics after they came up short in tag team bouts on Raw and SmackDown.

14 – Mark Henry

Even if both battles ended via disqualification, Mark Henry still managed to put on a powerful display in tag team clashes on Raw and SmackDown.

13 – Rusev

Rusev barely broke a sweat as he bulldozed his way past Zack Ryder in singles competition on Raw, continuing the Russian jingoist’s reign of terror in the WWE Universe.

12 – AJ Lee

AJ Lee likely didn’t appreciating learning that her chase to recapture the Divas Championship from Paige may now take a new direction if Stephanie McMahon puts Nikki Bella into the title picture.

11 – Chris Jericho

The latest edition of “The Highlight Reel” reminded the WWE Universe that Raw is Jericho once again, though Y2J’s contributions to tag team matches on Raw and SmackDown certainly left his fans in awe. 

10 – Dean Ambrose

Where oh where is the unstable Dean Ambrose? With details still murky on his whereabouts, the former U.S. Champion nearly drops out of the top 10.

9 – The Usos

With Jey Uso still recovering from a knee injury, his brother Jimmy held his own in singles action, splitting a win and a loss.

8 – Paige

Stephanie McMahon declared Nikki Bella to be the new No. 1 contender for Paige’s Divas Championship, but The Diva of Tomorrow’s SmackDown victory over Brie Bella makes us wonder if anyone can defeat the British beauty. 

7 – Sheamus

Thanks to a tag team loss on Raw, The Celtic Warrior drops a spot to No. 7. 

6 – Dolph Ziggler

The Intercontinental Championship seems to suit The Showoff as he rises up the rankings to No. 6.

5 – Seth Rollins

Things haven’t gotten any easier for Seth Rollins since effectively ridding himself of Dean Ambrose. Mr. Money in the Bank found himself on the losing side of Superstar-studded contests on Raw and SmackDown. 

4 – Randy Orton

Randy Orton continues to push for his chance to recapture the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. As we’ve learned in the past, The Viper is one lethal strike away from being back on top of WWE. 

3 – John Cena

John Cena responded to doubters with inspiring performances on both Raw and SmackDown. Unfortunately for the Cenation leader, he must topple the conqueror Brock Lesnar before he can regain his spot at No. 1. 

2 – Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns maintains his spot at No. 2 after continuing his rise through the WWE Universe. There is only one more man the black-clad Superstar needs to pass to capture the Power Rankings’ top spot. 

1 – Brock Lesnar

The WWE World Heavyweight Champion’s advocate, Paul Heyman, reminded the WWE Universe on Raw that Brock Lesnar emasculated John Cena at SummerSlam. The question is, can The Beast Incarnate put on a repeat performance at WWE Night of Champions?